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  1. zacman

    Sexual Health I have an STI — how do I tell a potential partner? – NOW Magazine

    When and how should you reveal to a partner/potential partner that you have an STI, like genital herpes? Samantha: Before I offer some practical advice about how to have a non-awkward conversation about STIs... Read more via “sexual health” – Google News https://ift.tt/2YIOz32
  2. zacman

    Sexual Health How to have safe sex (and a fulfilling sex life) when you have an STI – Well+Good

    When it comes to Things You Never Want to Hear Your Doctor Say, “Your STI test came back positive” is right up there with “I’ve never seen something like this before!” Sexually transmitted infections are popularly cast as boogeymen of the bedroom—and considering all the damage having one can...
  3. zacman

    Sexual Health What’s the Difference Between an STI and an STD? – Parentology

    Your kid comes home from school talking about STIs. Let’s assume they were discussed in sex ed class (as opposed to being mentioned for more concerning reasons). You know what an STD is, and you can infer that the “I” means “infection,” but why the change? What’s the difference between STI and...
  4. zacman

    General Health 7 Facts About HPV I Want Everyone To Know, As A Sex Educator – Bustle

    In this week’s Sex IDK column, Emma McGowan, certified sex educator and writer, answers your questions about HPV. Q: I don’t fully understand HPV. What should I know? Oh, human papillomavirus, aka HPV. Perhaps the most misunderstood STI in a world of extremely misunderstood STIs.... Read...
  5. zacman

    Sexual Health Study finds gonorrhoa passed through kissing – Washington Blade

    ADELAIDE, Australia — The act of kissing has been revealed as a previously neglected route for the transmission of gonorrhoea among men who have sex with men (MSM), Cosmos magazine and other outlets report..... Read more via Washington Blade: Gay News, Politics, LGBT Rights http://bit.ly/2W9RIuF
  6. zacman

    Sexual Health How Effective Are Condoms, Really? – brides

    We don’t have to tell you that condoms are amazing at preventing sexually transmitted infections like HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and cancer-causing HPV. Yet, despite the importance of condoms, they don’t prevent every kind of STI. .... Read more via brides http://bit.ly/2EahN2r
  7. zacman

    Sexual Health Here’s Why Doctors Don’t Usually Test for Herpes – Self

    It’s basically a SELF mantra at this point: Getting tested for sexually transmitted infections is hella important. Is it the most delightful way to spend your time? No. Read more via “sexual health” – Google News http://bit.ly/2DZQOGF
  8. zacman

    Sexual Health Don’t Pash Too Passionately If You’re Worried About Throat Gonorrhoea – BuzzFeed

    "We interviewed more than 3,000 gay and bisexual men at the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre and found that kissing is associated with throat gonorrhoea," Melbourne epidemiologist and co-author of the study Eric Chow told BuzzFeed News. Published today in Sexually Transmitted Infections, an...
  9. zacman

    Sexual Health Top ways to prevent Urinary Tract Infections – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Remember that time when you were running to the bathroom every second to urinate? Oh and remember that most times, there would be a burning painful sensation every time you urinated. But you blamed it on your … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News...
  10. zacman

    Sexual Health Here is why it’s ok to check your STI status and seek treatment – Pulse Nigeria

    Many people in Ghana do not know their STI status. Those who do not know their STI status argue that they believe they look healthy enough. But the health professionals have said that you must know your STI status especially if you have multiple sex partners. Kofi … Read more via Pulse...
  11. zacman

    Sexual Health Secondary syphilis: Symptoms, causes, and diagnosis – Medical News Today

    Syphilis, which the bacterium Treponema pallidum causes, is a form of sexually transmitted infection. There are four stages of syphilis. The infection can be serious or cause severe complications without treatment. Primary syphilis includes the first sign of syphilis, which is typically a...
  12. zacman

    Sexual Health Chlamydia in men: Symptoms, treatment, and complications – Medical News Today

    Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted infection. Anyone can have chlamydia, but it may affect males and females differently. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it is the most commonly reported bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the United...
  13. stato

    World An STI you’ve probably never heard of is spreading – The Independent

    A little-known sexually transmitted infection is becoming resistant to antibiotics, health experts are warning. The STI, which is called mycoplasma genitalium (MG), is thought to affect hundreds of thousands of people across the world, with figures from a recent study suggesting that one in 100...
  14. Samguine

    Beware!!!! Gonorrhoea Has Become Stronger And Now Resistant To Antibiotics [Men'sHealth]

    Gonorrhoea is now technically referred to as a superbug. This means it has become stronger and more virulent than ever before, hence resistant to drugs that are typically used in treating it READ MORE HERE
  15. Oluogunjobi

    Sexually Transmitted Infections: 10 Effective Ways To Reduce The Risk

    STIs are also called sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs. STIs are usually spread by having vaginal, oral, or anal sex. An STI is an infection passed from one person to another person through sexual contact. Some STIs can be cured and some STIs cannot be cured. Below are several ways to avoid...
  16. Oluogunjobi

    Health: 10 Ways To Reduce Sexually Transmitted Infections

    Sexually Transmitted Infections are passed from one person to another person through sexual contact. Some STIs can be cured and some like HIV can be managed. This video summarizes the current advise on prevention of STI: total abstinence, vaccination, test for HIV, effective use of latex...
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